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The life and times of Sir Kai Ho Kai

G. H. Choa

The life and times of Sir Kai Ho Kai

a prominent figure in nineteenth-century Hong Kong

by G. H. Choa

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Published by Chinese University Press in Hong Kong .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China,
  • Hong Kong
    • Subjects:
    • Ho, Kai Kai, 1859-1914,
    • Statesmen -- China -- Hong Kong -- Biography

    • Edition Notes

      StatementG.H. Choa.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS796.H753 H622 1981
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 220 p., [19] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages220
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3119630M
      ISBN 109622012094
      LC Control Number82229724

      Hong Kong,translation from a book chapter written by Ivan Alexandrovich Goncharov in 10 pages: The Story of Stanley Fort Sir Ralph Moor and the 'Benin' Cannonof the British Museum and the Royal Armouries Ronald Bishop Smith The Life and Times of Sir Kai Ho Kai,a Prominent Figure in Nineteenth Century Hong Kong Gerald Choa 4 pages. You can also find the remains of martyrs and political figures such as Sir Kai Ho Kai and Yang Quyun, who were instrumental in mentoring and helping Sun Yatsen overthrow the Qing Dynasty and establishing the Republican Chinese era in the first decade of the 20th century.

      Early life. Ho Miu-ling was one of the eleven children of Rev. Hoh Fuk Tong (), a Chinese Christian preacher and writer in Hong Kong. Her brother was Sir Kai Ho. Diplomacy and philanthropy. Ho Miu-ling married at and supported her husband through his legal studies in London. She. The Life and Times of Sir Kai Ho Kai. Chinese University of Hong Kong. pp. – ISBN The. Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Students' Union (1, words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article People and.

      A Legco stalwart and mentor to Sun Yat-sen, Sir Kai Ho Kai wielded huge influence in Hong Kong at the turn of the 20th century. How did the man who put the 'Kai' into Kai Tak die penniless? Author: Gerald H. Choa Publisher: Chinese University Press ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF, ePub View: Get Books. Heal The Sick Was Their Motto Heal The Sick Was Their Motto by Gerald H. Choa, Heal The Sick Was Their Motto Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Heal The Sick Was Their Motto books.


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This biography was written to honor the memory of Sir/Dr. Kai Ho Kai of Hong Kong. It has been prodigiously researched and offers a detailed picture of political life/activity in Hong Kong in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Ho Kai never practiced medicine but instead went into by: Sir Kai Ho, CMG, JP, MRCS (Chinese: 何啟; 21 March – 21 July ), better known as Sir Kai Ho Kai, born Ho Shan-kai (Chinese: 何 神 啟), was a Hong Kong barrister, physician and essayist in Colonial Hong played a key role in the relationship between the Hong Kong local community and the British colonial government.

He is remembered as a supporter of the Reform Movement and Born: 21 MarchBritish Hong Kong. The Life and Times of Sir Kai Ho Kai book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In the early years of British colonial rule, Hong Kon 3/5. The life and times of Sir Kai Ho Kai: A prominent figure in nineteenth-century Hong Kong [G.

H Choa] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Besides tracing the life of Sir Kai Ho Kai and his family, this book contains descriptions of notable social events in Hong Kong in the early years in which Sir Kai played a part, such as the Bubonic Epidemic, the Alice Memorial Hospital, the Hong Kong College of Medicine and the Po Leung Kuk.

Choa was a Lecturer in Medicine at the University of Hong Kong inConsultant Physician at the Queen Mary Hospital inthen Deputy Director and Director of Medical and Health Service, Hong Kong Government in The background to this project, and the origin of its name, is given on page 32 of the book, The life and times of Sir Kai Ho Kai: InHo Kai went into partnership with Au Tak to form a company to develop a piece of land formed by reclamation.

Carroll, JM 'Ho Kai: A Chinese Reformer in Colonial Hong Kong'In The Human Tradition in Modern China, p. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield, Choa, G. ().The Life and Times of Sir Kai Ho, Chinese University Press, ISBN "In Sir Kai Ho Kai and his new wife Alice Walkden returned from England and made their home at "Craigengower"." The life and times of Sir Kai Ho Kai: a prominent.

G.H. Choa, The life and times of Sir Kai Ho Kai () The Chinese University Press Hong Kong 6. G.R. Sayer, Hong Kong – () Hong Kong University Press Hong Kong 7.

Hutcheon, S.C.M.P. The first eighty years () South China Morning Post Limited Hong Kong 8. Joseph, Noble New York Times (4 July ) 9. Life and times of Sir Kai Ho Kai. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Kai Kai Ho; Kai Kai Ho; Sir Kai Ho Kai: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: G H Choa.

Life and times of Sir Kai Ho Kai. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Kai Kai Ho; Kai Kai Ho: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: G H Choa.

Unfortunately, due to his failure in various business projects (such as the Kai Tak Bund later reclaimed as the Kai Tak Airport), he died penniless in (see G.H.

Choa, The Life and Times of Sir Kai Ho Kai (2d ed. Rev. Ho’s third son, Ho Wyson also studied law in England and was a. Sir Kai Ho, CMG, JP, MRCS (Chinese: 何啟; –), born Ho Shan-kai (Chinese: 何 神 啟), was a Hong Kong barrister, physician and essayist in Colonial Hong played a key role in the relationship between the Hong Kong local community and the British colonial government.

He is remembered as a supporter of the Reform Movement and as a teacher of student Sun Yat-sen, who. Read or Download The Life and Times of Sir Kai Ho Kai Book by G. Choa, G.H. Ghoa (Hardcover).

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Ghoa (Hardcover)Book Detail:Category: Book Binding: Hardcover. April – Sir Kai Ho Thursday 04 April One hundred and forty years ago this month a Hong Kong Chinese man was admitted to the Inn who was to have tremendous influence there at the turn of the twentieth century but has been, perhaps, overshadowed by his brother-in-law Wu Ting Fang.

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Severn ‘Outline of the History of the Plague in Hong Kong’, and G. Choa, The Life and Times of Sir Kai Ho Kai, A Prominent Figure in Nineteenth-century Hong Kong (Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, ), pp.

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